MPs Rejected All Brexit Options in Indicative Vote

MPs have rejected all the Brexit options during an indicative vote which took place in the House of Commons. The nearest option to securing support amongst MPs was the customs union plan put forwards by Ken Clarke, the Conservative MP for Rushcliffe.

The results were:

Confirmatory Referendum – For: 268 Against: 295

Customs Union – For: 264 Against: 272

Labour’s Brexit Plan – For: 237 Against: 307

Common Market Version 2.0 – For: 188 Against: 283

Revoking Article 50 to Avoid No Deal – For: 184 Against: 293

No-deal Exit on 12 April – For: 160 Against: 400

Malthouse Plan B – For: 139 Against: 422

EFTA and EEA Membership – For: 65 Against: 377